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Revolution and Political Violence in Central Europe

The Deluge of 1919

Examines how narratives of the 1919 Central European revolutions promoted a violent counterrevolutionary culture in interwar Germany and Hungary. Les mer
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Examines how narratives of the 1919 Central European revolutions promoted a violent counterrevolutionary culture in interwar Germany and Hungary.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction; 1. Central European roots of revolution; 2. World war and world revolution; 3. Rumor and terror: revolutionary script and political violence; 4. Revolution on trial; 5. Seeing red: dangerous women and Jewish Bolshevism; 6. Remembering the world revolution; Conclusion.

Om forfatteren

Eliza Ablovatski is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of History at Kenyon College. Ablovatski is a historian of central and eastern Europe interested in gender and Jewish history. She is the co-author of three books of oral histories of Jews from Czernowitz, including Zwischen Pruth und Jordan. Lebenserinnerungen Czernowitzer Juden (2003) and ' - und das Herz wird mir schwer dabei': Czernowitzer Juden erinnern sich (2009).